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Silk Road

by Abigail Bernstein

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Ancient China
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Monday 1st January 2021
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About this publication
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Take a trip back to Ancient China. See what was important and learn about different things. Have Fun!
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This is a Map of the Famous Silk Road.
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Top Story- Part Two

jade and homemade ceramics her mother made for her. Again her goal was not to get things from trades (though it would be cool). All she wants is to survive the trail. She passed river, mountains, and A TON of mulberry trees. When they started the trail Ying only wrote one journal entry (that is where we are getting info and also from seeing it). So we do know they survived and that they started there journey at Yunnan and made it to Sichuan, then continuing to Burma and ending in Bangladesh only to remember they are only half way through. They stopped at a few nice cabins (she forgets the names). As she made her journey back having her Arabian Camel came in handy. When her and her father got back they showed news reporters and here we are. You can see how successful Ying Yue was because now she is a Woman and LBGTQ+ rights activist. She has made it into the newspaper and she is NOT stopping.
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Top Story for Today: Ying Yue shoots for her dreams on the dangerous Silk Road.
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Words by: Abby Bernstein
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Ying Yue. Ying Yue means "the moons reflection". To young 13 year old Ying Yue she believes in equality and living up too the bold bright moon reflection. Her father Mo Yue (his name means "free of sadness") wants nothing but the best for his daughter. For her to show the world that woman deserve equal rights and should all be free of sadness he tells his daughter "lets go on the silk road". She goes on to ask "which path father". He tells her "well we could try the South West path". The South West path goes from Yunnan to Bangladesh. "Sounds good with me" Ying responds. "I am ready to show the world woman can be just as strong, bold, and bright as men. "the goal will not to get anything, but to prove all people including woman are just as strong as Men" Mo announces. "I also love learning about cultures so that will be fun" Ying exclaims. Though there are many dangers through this tough route. Ying and her father start there journey. They bring along